How To Get Rid Of Pet Hair With A Robot Vacuum

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Excessive loss of hair must be on the top 3 list of all-time pet owners’ frustrations. Unless you managed to get one of those hypoallergenic breeds that don’t shed, you will know exactly what it feels like to see pet hair in every corner of your house, at every hour of every day.

There are only three ways to get rid of pet hair: brushing the place with a rubber broom, vacuuming the house or grooming your pet with a special comb. This takes up a huge chunk of your time on a weekly basis, especially if you have to do this several times a day.

Easy solution

If you’re tired of all this extra work but don’t want to get rid of your beloved pet, there is one simple solution. Stop dragging around a loud and clumsy hoover that scares your pets and invest in an intelligent hands-free robot vacuum that will soon feel like a new addition to your family. It will completely change your life.


Before jumping in, it’s worth doing some research. There are dozens of different robovac models on the market, each with their own specific features. Some appliances are better suited to clean pet hair, with some models more adapted to carpets or bare floors.

Robovacs that boast efficient pet hair cleaning abilities are equipped with a special main turbo brush as well as side brushes that pick up all the hair and debris from difficult-to-reach places. If you have a lot of carpet floors, look for a robotic vacuum with a more powerful motor and bigger suction. You will be astonished at how much hair your robot can suck from between the fibres. For people with allergies, it’s important to get a robovac with a HEPA-filter. If you’re looking for an almost complete hands-free vacuuming solution and if your budget allows it, it’s worth investing in a self-emptying robovac that has the ability to empty its own dustbin. Some models boast special dirt-detection sensors that provide a deeper clean of high-traffic zones in your home to get rid of even more pet hair.

Newest D-shaped robovac

To make sure every corner of your house is cleared of pet hair, you might want to get a D-shaped robovac. Thanks to its unique shape, the machine gets close to the edges and its brushes can reach into the smallest corners for a perfect clean. It will remove pet hair from any surface and transition seamlessly from bare floors to high-pile carpets.

Thanks to its programming functions, you can even set your robotic friend to work at night, welcoming you to a clean house for breakfast!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you keep your robot vacuum from falling down the stairs?

Robot vacuums can do many things, but they still need a little helping hand when it comes to staircases. Luckily, you don't have to worry about it taking a tumble anymore. Robot vacuums can be programmed with virtual walls they cannot cross. Their multiple sensors will prevent the appliance from falling.

How long does it take before the robot vacuum needs to recharge?

High end models can have up to 180 minutes of battery life, which is plenty to clean an entire floor. When the battery does find itself empty, this isn't a problem for the more sophisticated robot cleaners, as they are equipped with a docking station they automatically return to when their battery is about to die. Once fully recharged, the robot will continue cleaning where it left off. Cheaper bots will need to plugged in to recharge.

How do pets react to robot vacuum cleaners?

Dogs and cats tend to learn quickly that a robovac is not the enemy. Robotic vacuum cleaners are a lot more silent than regular ones. Plus, they stroll around the house in a leisurely fashion without any abrupt movements, which might have a calming effect on your pet. We've all seen videos of cats sleeping on top of zooming robovacs!

How do robot vacuum cleaners work?

Robot vacuum cleaners are equipped with with various brushes that trap the dust and debris and gently guide it towards the mouth of the vacuum. The cleaning quality depends on the brush type. The best performing bots have brushes that span the entire width of the machine. Basic models randomly clean the room, while more sophisticated ones use laser-guided scanners, sensors and cameras to perform a more thorough clean.